Updated: Aug 19, 2020
With the upcoming launch of NVIDIA new flagship graphics cards at the start of September, we are already seeing price leaks before the launch.
Coming from multiple sources and mainly from China we have seen leaked prices already.
Well, be prepared to put hour hands deep in your wallet or purse for this one.
Also, new sources of the RTX 3090 are stating will have 24GB of VRAM and not 12 GB VRAM.
These prices have been put up by an undisclosed user from china which got his hands on documents from the Video card maker Colorful.
Prices we have seen so far on a particularly high-end model classified the Vulcan X OC are fetching over $2000.00 USD converting roughly to $2700.00 AUD not including our taxes as far as we know.
Also leaked is the Vulcan X prices start at $1750 USD and then the Neptune series $1900 USD.
We have also seen prices circulating online for $1399 price tag but could be lower-end spec RTX3090 but I guess will have to see when this series finally gets released.
This is not uncommon for Graphics cards companies staff or having documents hacked from the company leaking information before a major release, as this will grab traction on the company name before the release of a product.
At these prices, the performance difference has to be more than 30% to 40% over the current 2080TI to make it viable for current users to upgrade but will have to wait and see.
what are your thoughts on these prices? will you be upgrading to NVIDIA next-generation graphics cards? let us know in the comments below.